I'm pleased to announce that I've been admitted to the part-time distance MBA program at Bleking Institute of Technology, Sweden http://www.bth.se/mam/internetmba.nsf I've post about this previously. This program is in English, uses American textbooks, and is FREE. The full-time distance program requires two visits to Sweden. The part-time program requires one. I don't consider a tax-deductable trip to Sweden in the summer much of a burden. For anyone interested: next application will be accepted in December. Application is on-line and FREE. Be sure to have copies of degrees you send "certified", which merely means going to a notary, who will certify that what you are sending is a "true copy". Alternately, you can have a transcript sent from your school. Ther are some glitches. The web page where the progress of your application is tracked is unreliable. Mine was stuck at documents received, application being considered. Second, e-mails to the admissions office are very rarely, if ever, answered. I don't know whether this is due to lack of staff or some other reason. I only got their attention when I also wrote to the Swedish Institute and the Parliamentary Ombudsman.